Daily Kaylee: ‘Curiosity killed the cat’

I don’t know if I just watched too many episodes of Jeopardy yesterday or if I’m shook after discovering the true difference between yams and sweet potatoes but I am all in the feels today and I can’t stop questioning curiosity. “Curiosity killed the cat,” a phrase to caution against getting involved in people’s affairs to avoid getting into trouble. Life is within this curiosity. Being inquisitive is how we develop into our true selves and live our life as it was […]

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Daily Kaylee: Thoughts on pulling out of the Paris Agreement

The issue of climate change can be a complicated one when you bring politics into play. For individual states, the costs of reducing greenhouse emission are almost unrelated to the benefits of a solution. If one state reduces its industrial production or makes expensive investments in new technologies, this will have little effect on the long-term outcome unless other states do likewise. *25 percent of greenhouse gases annually come from the U.S. (20 tons per person annually).* So, I think […]

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Daily Kaylee: Finding light in the darkness

Life sucks sometimes, if we are being honest. Sometimes it can feel as though you cannot gain your balance. From time to time, I wonder if the tunnel really has a light at the end. Darkness has a way of wrapping you in its arms like a blanket. You can become so comfortable with it, the way it holds all of you but, it is empty and it hides the light of life. The most courageous battle we fight, is […]

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